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DVM Degree Program Description

CSU DVM Degree Program

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences annually admits approximately 138 new students to the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program leading to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Admission to the Professional Veterinary Medicine Program at Colorado State is open to all students. Hands-on experience, from day one, alongside world-class faculty in an atmosphere designed to help you succeed make the Colorado State University veterinary program unique.

Program of study

  • Years 1 and 2 include comprehensive biomedical veterinary sciences and veterinary education and hands-on clinical experiences on CSU’s main campus.
  • Years 3 and 4 work side-by-side with exceptional clinicians at the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital through a series of specialty rotations. Students are full care team members, not bystanders.
  • In the future, consider a three-year specialty residency or a PhD.

DVM News & Announcements

  • ​Sled dogs, reindeer, and musk oxen will join the animals of interest as Colorado State University and the University of Alaska Fairbanks launch a collaborative veterinary training program, allowing students from a subarctic home base to polish their lear
    ​​Sled dogs, reindeer, and musk oxen will join the animals of interest as Colorado State University and the University of Alaska Fairbanks launch a collaborative veterinary training program, allowing students from a subarctic home base to polish their learning and earn degrees from CSU's renowned Professional Veterinary Medicine Program, the No. 3 vet school in the nation.
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    ​As 11 students climbed a stone stairway, chipmunks scattered and hummingbirds zipped overhead. The students soon arrived at an outdoor classroom damp from overnight rain and settled in for an afternoon of learning with Dr. Jenny Powers, wildlife veterinarian at Rocky Mountain National Park.
  • Paging Dr. Ram, DVM, Professional Veterinary Program, Roxanne Benally
    CSU's newest class of veterinary students includes diverse backgrounds, varied interests and unusual routes to vet school. Here’s a snapshot of the newest class of aspiring veterinarians to join the No. 3 vet school in the nation.
 

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